Monthly Archives: January 2012

Photos, Photos Everywhere

I have officially renewed my account information and from here on out will be posting a few new photos to my JPG Mag site (http://jpgmag.com/people/Mangovia) each week. New ones are up now. They come from all times and places in my life. … Continue reading

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Un peu de Paris à San Francisco: Cafe Claude Review

Restaurant: Cafe Claude Cuisine : French Price : $$ (Main courses range from $18-$30) Rating : 4 out of 5 Stars Over the weekend, I was treated to one of the most delightful dining experiences I’ve had in a very long time. My … Continue reading

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Into the Woods

Except during the nine months before he draws his first breath, no man manages his affairs as well as a tree does. George Bernard Shaw If, on some sunny day, you find yourself in Santa Clara with nothing to do, … Continue reading

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Captured

There’s an odd sort of magic that exists through pictures. They are images of a subject or a scene that have, since the time the photo was taken, changed irreversibly. With a click of a button though, those subjects and … Continue reading

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Texting: Friend or Foe of the English Language?

Texting: Friend or Foe of the English Language? Text-speak in students’ essays cause teachers to question the future of the English language By: Eliza Lamson WDU Tnk? Txtng=  PRBLM or NBD? Translation, “What do you think? Is texting a problem … Continue reading

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Returning

Change is inevitable – except from a vending machine. Robert C. Gallagher After spending a semester in London, the prospect of going back to Santa Clara seemed rather less than glorious. No big city, no fancy flat, no extensive public … Continue reading

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